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Lochdon, Scotland, United Kingdom
The castle was built in the 1360 when the fifth chief of the Clan Macleans, Lachlan Ludonach, married Mary MacDonald, the daughter of the Lord of the Isles. The Macleans Clan lost the castle to the Earl of Argyll in the 1700, when it was used to pay of depths, but baught it back in 1911.
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